Team members from Sandals Montego Bay, Sandals Royal Caribbean, and Sandals Inn collected 213.5 pounds of garbage from the Dump Up Public Beach in Montego Bay on International Coastal Clean-Up Day, September 15. Plastic items were the most popular among the garbage collected, followed by glass and paper and hundreds of other pieces of solid waste. The clean Up was sponsored by the Sandals Foundation which is committed to environmental activities that safeguard marine life and the natural environment.

Team members from Sandals Montego Bay weighing garbage collected from Dump Up Beach on International Coastal Clean Up Day. In this photo from left: Shinton Dixon, Camille Spence, Kadeen Black and Deroan Campbell.
I am doing the right thing by reducing pollution in our coastal Areas.
Dedicated Sandals Foundation Ambassador Tameka Christie looks at the plastic she unearth at Dump Up Beach, Montego Bay on International Coastal Clean Up Day celebrated on September 15.
Fishing for Plastic: Sandals Royal Caribbean’s Sandals Foundation Ambassador Agifa Morgan part of the Sandals Resorts team that removed 213.5 pounds of garbage from Dump Up Beach, Montego Bay on International Coastal Clean Up Day celebrated on September 15.
213 pounds of garbage collected from Dump Up Beach by Sandals Foundation ambassadors! Together we can make our coastal areas more beautiful. Join the fight against pollution today.
And a little child shall lead them. This young lady joined Sandals Foundation Ambassadors who tackled pollution at Dump Up Beach, Montego Bay on International Coastal Clean Up Day.
Sandals Royal Caribbean Team members Francois Scott Cion Robinsom and Sashae Symester join hands and hearts to fight pollution at Dump Up Beach, Montego Bay on International Coastal Clean Up Day celebrated on September 15.
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